Recent earthquakes in the Arctic, and South Africa shows that the earth is reeling under seismic tension

The sequence of events several earthquakes along Reykjanes Ridge south of Iceland, a magnitude 4.9 and two4.6 and 4.7, and 5.3, struck southern Africa allows us to understand that the entire planet is now recovering from the tectonic stress increases, especially in expanding cracks and ledges of the ocean. Massive tremors also occur simultaneously in California, Louisiana, and in the north-east coast of the U.S., from wandering magmatic systems. (Middle picture) —Minutes of extinction

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